and in november, in this election, virginia voters again picked president obama. now, by a margin of 70,000 votes, just 70,000, should it be noted that more virginians wanted a republican member of congress than a democratic one. it was very close. but there were 70,000 more votes for a republican member of congress than a democratic member of congress in virginia. but the resulting virginia congressional delegation not close. look at that. it basically evenly divided in the state. but they're sending eight republicans and three democrats to congress, more than twice as many republicans as democrats. also, in pennsylvania, where republicans took total control of that state in 2010 in time to draw up the new maps, well, pennsylvania picked barack obama for president again this time, and again picked him by a lot. and more voters in pennsylvania wanted a democrat for their congress person. but pennsylvania will send 13 republicans to congress next month and only five democrats. how about ohio where republicans won the governorship and both chambers of the state legislature in 2010. hey, it was big year for republicans in 2010, right?